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    A Space in the Crowd

    Okay, so you want to produce a show...but where? It can be very difficult to find the right spot to showcase your play, musical, dance recital, or performance art piece—just ask someone who's tried. And even if you do locate the perfect setting to stage your masterpiece ...

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    La Boheme

    Even though Rodolfo and Mimi sing their love duet in front of a sign that says "L'amour" in big red neon letters, Baz Luhrmann's irresistible Broadway staging of "La Boheme" is not assaultive and in-your-face like his movie, "Moulin Rouge."

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    Why Keep Receipts?

    "Is it really necessary to keep all those receipts and little slips of paper? My apartment is only so big!" This is a question heard in our office so many times at this time of year. Well, let's not lose sight of the ultimate reason that one keeps those ...

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    All Together Now...

    Actors are inveterate resolution-makers. And January is the time of year when that newfound resolve meets its first big test: The Regional Combined Auditions.

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    Road Movie: A new documentary recounts Cornerstone's quixotic national tour.

    Who is that black Superman performing Shakespeare in front the U.S. Capitol dome in Washington, D.C.? Or the blond Elvis wandering down a dusty North Dakota street at midnight? Or the woman playing Hermione in The Winter's Tale, who may not be acting her tears for her ...

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    interactive production

    Seeking all types for interactive comedy. Darla Productions, prod'r; Paul Franklin, dir. Rehearsals and performances in the near future in the NY metro area. Comedic and improvisation skills a must. Singing and dancing and other quirky/weird talents a plus. Send pix & resumes by Nov. 15 to Artists Agency ...

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    Vegas 'Trek' Attraction Could Revive Franchise

    The Borg is about to attempt to assimilate Las Vegas -- and if the invasion is a success, the alien collective may not only breathe new life into one of that city's tourist attractions but also could help to rescue the fading "Star Trek" franchise.

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    Grease

    "Grease," presented by Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, 1935 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Redondo Beach. Tue.-Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 2 & 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Feb. 12-27. $37.50-52.50. (310) 372-4477.

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    House Approves NEA Funding

    The U.S. House of Representatives has approved an increase in Fiscal Year 2005 funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), upping the ante to $131 million from President Bush's original proposal of $121 million, about $4 million over what he had proposed in FY2004.